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Posts since the blog reboot in October 2014.

Naturally Supernatural: Contemplative and Charismatic

I have just returned from the Naturally Supernatural Winter conference, held and hosted by Soul Survivor Church Watford. The form and substance of it would be familiar to anyone who has attended any of the Soul Survivor youth festivals in

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Q&A: Does a desire for forgiveness mean faith?

Anonymous asks: If someone claims to be without faith, yet morally knows they have done something “wrong” due to our God given in built moral compass (even if said person chooses to not believe that God gave them the compass) and

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Q&A: What is the significance of Jerusalem being the capital of Israel?

Anonymous asks: My question is the significance of Jerusalem being made capital again. My reaction is yay, hallelujah!! In Nehemiah 2 an Arab was amongst those ridiculing Nehemiah m helpers n in b 20 saying they have no right to any

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Q&A: Do we neglect the doctrine of hell?

Sarah asks: Hi Will, Do we neglect the doctrine of hell? I recently read Jonathan Edwards’ “sinners in the hands of an angry God” and my reaction was: To marvel at the magnitude of my rescue; To be reminded of

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Q&A: How should I understand (theophanies and) christophanies?

Sarah asks: Hi Will, How should I understand Christophanies? I’ve been pondering Jesus appearing bodily in the Old Testament and his incarnation in the New Testament In the OT is he: God appearing in the form of a (sometimes glorified

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Q&A: How can we cultivate a ‘space’ for God to move?

Anonymous asks: In your experience, how can we cultivate a ‘space’ for God to move in a way that is natural & supernatural, expected & unexpected? How do we do this in different contexts? Church, work, school, family, relationships etc?

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Review: Intentional Discipleship and Disciple-Making – An Anglican Guide for Christian Life and Formation

The word “discipleship” has become such a buzzword in recent years that when it is used, particularly in official documents or vision statements, it’s intended meaning is not always certain. I have a vested interest in pursuing discipleship in an

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Review: Prayer – Finding the Heart’s True Home

Richard Foster’s Prayer is a classic of the early ’90s but I’m glad that I have only just recently read it. I don’t think I would have truly understood it, or been impacted by it, if I had come to it before

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Q&A: How can we best share the good news with friends who are indifferent due to self-reliance?

Sarah writes: Hi Will, How can we best share the good news with friends who are totally indifferent to the message of the gospel? Particularly when the indifference is due to self-reliance (working hard, planning ahead and being the best they

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Q&A: What does it mean to be co-heirs with Christ?

Sarah asks: Hi Will, What does it mean to be co-heirs with Christ in Romans 8:17? It must be unfathomable, outrageous grace to inherit all that Christ has as God the Son! This is way better than Eden isn’t it?

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